Machla Abramovitz

Machla Abramovitz

Machla was born in Toronto, Canada. After graduating from Bais Yaakov, she studied at Sara Schneirer Seminary in Boro Park, and has continued studying Torah since. After marrying her husband Rabbi Baruch Abramovitz, she moved to Montreal, where she lives today.  Machla has 1 son, Zechariah Elkanah who never ceases to amaze and teach her about one’s ability to make dreams come through.

A voracious reader, Machla has a master’s degree in English Literature from Concordia University, as well as a Master’s in Library Science from McGill University. Politics was a subject that was constantly discussed in her home while growing up.

As the Publications Manager for the Canadian Institute for Jewish Research, a pro-Israel think tank, she has had the privilege of meeting political personalities of all stripes, many of whom she interviews for Mishpacha.

Her interests lie beyond politics, though.  Machla is attracted to Jewish mysticism, psychology, the supernatural and natural worlds, as well as the challenges of the human spirit, all of which she has written about in articles and in books.

The Current
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
A Few Minutes With
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Veteran foreign policy expert Elliot Abrams explains why Trump was right to ignore the prophets of doom about moving the US embassy to Jerusalem
Feature Articles
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
During the four-and-a half-years since Mishpacha’s probing report on the mysterious Lev Tahor, the setting has changed and shocking accounts of mind control and abuse are emerging ...
Feature Articles
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Today, new methods, technology, and cutting-edge research offer new hope — and the promise of a meaningful future for children with autism
News In Depth
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Harold Rhode began his study of Islam nearly five decades ago. His prescription for the West? Never defend, never explain, and always go on the offense
On Topic
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
All of us have dreams — an average four to six every night. If dreams are one-sixtieth prophecy, can anyone get a futuristic message while he sleeps?
Feature Articles
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Montreal’s newly reelected borough councilor, 24-year-old chassidish woman Mindy Pollak, knows that with hard work and heart, even the thickest barriers can be breached
On Topic
Wednesday, September 06, 2017
How can retired men adjust to their new lives, navigate the psychological transition, restructure their days, and open themse ...
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
It was in Bergen-Belsen that Kraus acquired the nickname “Moishele der Zinger,” singing to fellow prisoners, “to make people ...
Feature Articles
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
As tragic as their lives in the Lodz ghetto were, they were given the precious gift of kever Yisrael in a meadow called the Lodz Ghetto Field.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
This past 27 Teves was a significant yahrtzeit for family and admirers of Montreal’s beloved former chief rabbi Rav Pincha ...